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ATP 2025 Schedule Changes

ATP has announced the 2025 ATP Tour calendar. The upcoming season features enhanced top-tier events and a total of 60 tournaments across 29 countries.

Key highlights and enhancements include:

Expanded ATP Masters 1000 tournaments: The National Bank Open Presented by Rogers and Cincinnati Open will expand to 12-day events in 2025. This aligns seven of the nine ATP Masters 1000 events with the 12-day format, following the expansion of the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Mutua Madrid Open and Rolex Shanghai Masters in 2023.

A total of 16 ATP 500 events, up from 13 in 2024, following recently announced upgrades of the Dallas Open, Qatar ExxonMobil Open (Doha) and BMW Open (Munich).

Creation of additional weeks featuring side-by-side ATP 500 events – putting an increased spotlight on the category and creating a more consolidated narrative for fans.

Blockbuster season-ending events: The fifth edition of the Nitto ATP Finals hosted in Turin, third edition of Next Gen ATP Finals presented by PIF in Jeddah, and the Davis Cup Finals.

Andrea Gaudenzi, ATP Chairman, said: “Next season will see yet more enhancements to the ATP Tour’s premium product across a streamlined calendar. This is central to everything we’ve been building under OneVision, which ultimately aims to create the best possible experience for our fans. Last season we broke new ground, welcoming a record five million fans on site across our events. This is just one indication of how positively the sport is trending, and we believe there’s incredible potential to still be unlocked.”

Other notable changes to the 2025 calendar include:

Rescheduling of the Hamburg Open (ATP 500) from July to May.

Relocation of the Cordoba Open (ATP 250) event to Mallorca, in the lead up to The Championships, Wimbledon.

Rescheduling of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo (Los Cabos, ATP 250) from February to July (replacing the Newport Hall of Fame Championships).

As a result of multiple calendar changes, the Estoril tournament, which does not hold an ATP membership but has operated under an ATP licence since 2015, does not currently feature in the calendar. Following many years of successful collaboration, the ATP and the tournament are continuing to explore all possibilities to try to find a solution for the highly regarded event to take place in 2025, and beyond.

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